110-inch Ultra HD TV from Samsung unveiled

Samsung has announced a massive “Ultra HD” LED TV along with its other new TVs for 2013

January 8, 2013
Samsung 110-inch Ultra HD TV

Samsung has announced today (7 January 2013) that it is showing off a 110-inch Ultra HD (UHD) at CES 2013.

The Korean electronics giant also said that it will launch its UN85S9 85-inch Ultra HD (UHD) LED TV in the United States during March 2013.

According to Samsung the UN85S9 is the world’s largest UHD television set and runs at a resolution of 3,840 × 2,160.

The UN85S9 and its bigger brother are mounted in a frame that is intended to create the impression that they are floating inside it.

Samsung didn’t announce any pricing information, saying that the cost of the UN85S9 will be revealed closer to the TV’s launch date.

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* Jan Vermeulen is a guest of Samsung at CES 2013 in Las Vegas

Tags: CES 2013, Headline, Samsung, Samsung UN85S9, Ultra HD

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